With a memorable SummerSlam behind us, the focus shifts to Night of Champions, which will take place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
And so, here's what to expect on Sunday, September 16.
EXPECT BOTH MAIN CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE MULTI-MAN MATCHES
With so many deserving Superstars, expect CM Punk to defend his WWE Championship against the likes of John Cena, Big Show, and possibly Rey Mysterio. Likewise, expect Sheamus to defend his World Heavyweight Championship against the likes of Randy Orton, Alberto Del Rio, and a returning Wade Barrett.
WHO WILL CHALLENGE FOR THE MID-CARD TITLES?
With former Ring of Honor standout Antonio Cesaro capturing the United States Championship against Santino Marella at the SummerSlam pre-show, expect Marella to get his rematch at Night of Champions. As for The Miz, I look for Sin Cara to be the next challenger for the Intercontinental Championship.
VICKIE GUERRERO, FUTURE DIVAS CHAMPION?
I'd say, why not? After all, the Divas division is in a total mess right now and with the likes of Beth Phoenix, Eve Torres, and Natalya unable to dethrone current champion Layla, expect the WWE to convince Dolph Ziggler's manager to be Layla's challenger as revenge for the breakup of Lay-Cool.
WHAT'S NEXT FOR DANIEL BRYAN AND KANE?
After Bryan defeated Kane at SummerSlam, an angry Kane vented frustration towards Bryan and don't be surprised if these two men get their revenge at Night of Champions.
WHO'S NEXT TO CHALLENGE R-BOOM?
After Kofi Kingston and R-Truth retained the WWE Tag Team Championship against the Primetime Players at SummerSlam, the question is who will challenge R-Boom? My gut feeling tells me that it will be Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks. I heard rumors that WWE management is very high on them. We shall see.